About

In October 2015 we suddenly found ourselves in Trondheim, Norway, following our profession as molecular biologists and both accepting job offers at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology. Depending on the season, we spend most of our spare time climbing, kayaking, hiking or skiing. We live in a small, red, old, wooden house with view on the Trondheimsfjord only few kilometres outside the city centre. On weekends, our red ex-post van becomes our home. Started as a collection of travel pictures when we gave up residency in Franconia in Germany, this blog now regularly irregularly collects impressions of living in Norway, our weekend trips, and travels. Our adventures are joined by our dog, a Norsk Buhund born in February 2018.

* Neophron percnopterus, the Egyptian vulture, is known for using tools to crack open eggs.

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